INFRARED DETECTORS AND SYSTEMS DERENIAK PDF

About this title This text covers the range of subjects necessary for theunderstanding of modern infrared-imaging systems at a levelappropriate for seniors or first-year graduate students in physicsor electrical engineering. The first six chapters focus onfundamental background issues of radiation detection, beginningwith the basics of geometrical optics and finishing with adiscussion of the figures of merit used for describing thesignal-to-noise performance of a detector system. Other topicsinclude radiometry and flux-transfer issues, basicradiation-detector mechanisms, and random-processmathematics. The presentation then moves on to specific detector technologiesand the fundamental mechanisms of detection, paying specialattention to responsivity and noise performance.

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The first six chapters focus on fundamental background issues of radiation detection, beginning with the basics of geometrical optics and finishing with a discussion of the figures of merit used for describing the signal-to-noise performance of a detector system.

Other topics include radiometry and flux-transfer issues, basic radiation-detector mechanisms, and random-process mathematics. The presentation then moves on to specific detector technologies and the fundamental mechanisms of detection, paying special attention to responsivity and noise performance. Devices discussed include photovoltaic detectors, photoconductive detectors, thermal detectors, Schottky-barrier diodes, and bandgap-engineered photodetectors via multiple quantum wells and superlattices.

The book concludes with a close look at infrared detection systems and related issues. In the discussion of infrared search systems, the range equation is developed in terms of the optical and detector parameters of the system.

A separate chapter is devoted to modulation transfer function, a spatial-frequency-domain description of image quality. The final chapter describes the design equations for thermal-imager systems in terms of noise-equivalent temperature difference and minimum resolvable temperature.

Supported and clarified by illustrations and accompanied by an extensive glossary of the nomenclature, this is an excellent text for graduate and senior level courses in radiometry and infrared detectors. It is also a valuable reference for practicing engineers involved in the use, design, analysis, and testing of infrared detector-based systems.

Infrared Detectors and Systems is a complete, accessible, and timely exposition of a technology whose applications are increasingly important and widespread.

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INFRARED DETECTORS AND SYSTEMS DERENIAK PDF

Zolorg The book concludes with a close look at infrared detection systems and related issues. The first six chapters focus onfundamental background issues of radiation detection, beginningwith the basics of geometrical optics and finishing with adiscussion of the figures of merit used for describing thesignal-to-noise performance of a detector system. Infrared Detectors and Systems by E. Dereniak In the discussion of infrared search systems, the range systsms is developed in terms of the optical and detector parameters of the system. Wavelength Division Multiplexing Klaus Grobe.

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